Christie RealLaser Delivers Spectacular Colours for A Dog’s Way Home in Taipei

Over a hundred dog owners and their pets from all over Taiwan recently converged on Songshan Cultural and Creative Park for a charity premiere of the Hollywood film, A Dog’s Way Home. It chronicles the heart-warming adventure of Bella, a dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her beloved human.

Organised by film distributor A Really Happy Film and Taiwan Dr. Dog Program, the premiere screening was powered by the Christie CP2320-RGB pure laser projector featuring RealLaser™ technology and CineLife electronics platform. It was installed by Christie’s trusted Taiwanese partner, Dacoms Technology, which served as the official technology partner for this special event.

Under the expert direction of Dacoms’ technical team, the historic multi-showcase exhibition hall – formerly a basketball court where Taiwan’s most renowned basketball teams used to train in – was transformed into a cosy movie theatre equipped with a 10-meter screen, complete with floor mats and fluffy cushions for the comfort of audiences and their canine companions.

The event was made even more memorable with special appearances by Taiwanese singer/actress Rainie Yang, a well-known dog lover, as well as OLi, a celebrity Corgi, who graced the red carpet to thunderous applause from attendees.

“We’re very pleased to be part of this charity premiere, during which we deployed Christie’s next-generation direct-coupled RGB pure laser projector to deliver the most vibrant and realistic visuals to the audiences (and their pet dogs),” said Emily Hong, President, Dacoms Technology. “I’m also proud to note that this is the first-ever movie screening in Taiwan specially organised for dog lovers and their pets. The advent of RGB laser projection technology has created new prospects for film exhibition. With its compact ‘all-in-one’ footprint without the need for external cooling, Christie RealLaser projectors can be deployed beyond conventional cinema environments, and yet offer audiences with projected visuals that are as stunning as what’s offered in movie theatres.”

Han Kim, Senior Director, Asia Pacific Cinema Sales, Christie, commented, “I’m delighted that our CP2320-RGB RealLaser cinema projector was deployed for the charity screening of A Dog’s Way Home, which mesmerised audiences with bright and dynamic visuals. At the same time, I’m heartened that our partner Dacoms had taken part in this meaningful event, and demonstrating the impeccable image quality and performance that Christie RealLaser cinema projectors can offer at venues beyond conventional movie theatres, which opens up new frontiers for RGB laser projection.”

By combining 2K resolution, an all-in-one form factor that eliminates the need for sub-ambient external cooling, an expanded colour gamut, and contrast ratios that far exceed the DCI specification, the CP2320-RGB keeps stride with the enhancements in cinematic content by revealing a whole new depth of detail. Add to those advantages their high frame rate (HFR) capabilities and an extended contrast ratio of 3000:1, and the CP2320-RGB sets a new standard for mainstream cinematic exhibition by consistently delivering excellent image quality and brightness throughout the projector’s natural life. All this for over 30,000 hours of operation and without lamp changes.

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